Greer Civic Association greer AZ 85927GREER CIVIC ASSOCIATION

The Greer Civic Association invites you to that 'Little Slice of Heaven" that is Greer, the highest elevation community in Arizona.

The Greer Village Walkway

The new Greer Village Walkway stretches about a mile along Main Street and through the heart of Greer. The walkway represents GCA’s biggest project in more than a decade and is designed to keep visitors and residents safe as they walk and jog through the village. GCA undertook the project in partnership with Apache County in 2015. The first phase of the trail was built in 2016 and the second phase a year later.

The walkway was constructed over a trail that had fallen into disrepair over the years. Okanogan Trail Construction, of Cave Creek, under the guidance of its founder, Matt Woodson, built the new walkway. The trail, which undergoes a major maintenance every two years, is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. Along the trail are wooden benches and flower gardens maintained by GCA volunteers.

Key participants in laying the groundwork for the walkway were then-County Superintendent Barry Weller, County Engineer Ferrin Crosby, and GCA board members Larry Warren and Diane and Frank Cowdrey.


Greer AZ Bridge

Little Colorado River Barrier

Greer’s beauty speaks for itself. But the Greer Civic Association thought the concrete barrier that greets visitors and residents as they cross the bridge over the Little Colorado River into Greer could use a little makeover to better reflect our area. In the fall of 2020, a group of GCA volunteers under the direction of artist Susan Kulbacki, with assistance from Claudia Williams, painted the barrier to resemble an ancient wall with petroglyphs to provide a more welcoming atmosphere.

While you’e in Greer, consider a visit to nearby Springerville to visit Casa Malpais, an archaeological site of the ancestral Puebloans that dates back to 1260.

Greer Civic Association greer AZ 85927GREER CIVIC ASSOCIATION

The Greer Civic Association invites you to that 'Little Slice of Heaven" that is Greer,
the highest elevation community in Arizona.

The Greer Village Walkway

The new Greer Village Walkway stretches about a mile along Main Street and through the heart of Greer. The walkway represents GCA’s biggest project in more than a decade and is designed to keep visitors and residents safe as they walk and jog through the village. GCA undertook the project in partnership with Apache County in 2015. The first phase of the trail was built in 2016 and the second phase a year later.

The walkway was constructed over a trail that had fallen into disrepair over the years. Okanogan Trail Construction, of Cave Creek, under the guidance of its founder, Matt Woodson, built the new walkway. The trail, which undergoes a major maintenance every two years, is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. Along the trail are wooden benches and flower gardens maintained by GCA volunteers.

Key participants in laying the groundwork for the walkway were then-County Superintendent Barry Weller, County Engineer Ferrin Crosby, and GCA board members Larry Warren and Diane and Frank Cowdrey.


Greer AZ Bridge

Little Colorado River Barrier

Greer’s beauty speaks for itself. But the Greer Civic Association thought the concrete barrier that greets visitors and residents as they cross the bridge over the Little Colorado River into Greer could use a little makeover to better reflect our area. In the fall of 2020, a group of GCA volunteers under the direction of artist Susan Kulbacki, with assistance from Claudia Williams, painted the barrier to resemble an ancient wall with petroglyphs to provide a more welcoming atmosphere.

While you’e in Greer, consider a visit to nearby Springerville to visit Casa Malpais, an archaeological site of the ancestral Puebloans that dates back to 1260.

Greer Civic<br>Association greer AZ 85927GREER CIVIC ASSOCIATION

The Greer Civic Association invites you to that 'Little Slice of Heaven" that is Greer, the highest elevation community in Arizona.

 

The Greer
Village Walkway

The new Greer Village Walkway stretches about a mile along Main Street and through the heart of Greer. The walkway represents GCA’s biggest project in more than a decade and is designed to keep visitors and residents safe as they walk and jog through the village. GCA undertook the project in partnership with Apache County in 2015. The first phase of the trail was built in 2016 and the second phase a year later.

The walkway was constructed over a trail that had fallen into disrepair over the years. Okanogan Trail Construction, of Cave Creek, under the guidance of its founder, Matt Woodson, built the new walkway. The trail, which undergoes a major maintenance every two years, is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs. Along the trail are wooden benches and flower gardens maintained by GCA volunteers.

Key participants in laying the groundwork for the walkway were then-County Superintendent Barry Weller, County Engineer Ferrin Crosby, and GCA board members Larry Warren and Diane and Frank Cowdrey.


 

Little Colorado
River Barrier

Greer AZ Bridge

Greer’s beauty speaks for itself. But the Greer Civic Association thought the concrete barrier that greets visitors and residents as they cross the bridge over the Little Colorado River into Greer could use a little makeover to better reflect our area. In the fall of 2020, a group of GCA volunteers under the direction of artist Susan Kulbacki, with assistance from Claudia Williams, painted the barrier to resemble an ancient wall with petroglyphs to provide a more welcoming atmosphere.

While you’e in Greer, consider a visit to nearby Springerville to visit Casa Malpais, an archaeological site of the ancestral Puebloans that dates back to 1260.

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